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Oct 28, 2012 6:00am PDT
but, first, the weather channel's julie martin is on north carolina's outer banks. she joins us now. julie, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, jenna. this hurricane feels more like a nor'easter to me here along the outer banks. in fact, the winds are coming from the northeast. they're tropical storm force, believe it or not, and we've been seeing them and feeling them since about midnight. with that a lot of heavy rain as well. in fact, that rain has already led to some flooding along highway 12 which leads to hatteras. that is now closed off and officials have a couple of barges along cape hatteras in case people need to get out. the sea is rough as well. there's a hurricane warning for mariners offshore. we're looking at waves 12 to 25 feet and the beaches, by the way, i was out here yesterday. i could see all of this beach. there was no water here for about 70 feet. now it is completely covered and the seas are moving in. all of this is just a little taste, though, of what is to come along the northeast for the big cities in the next couple of days. so i hope that people ar
Oct 27, 2012 5:30pm PDT
carolina's outer banks. weather channel meteorologist julie martin joins us now from nags head. julie, how are things there? >> reporter: good evening, lester. things are definitely deteriorating in nags head. we are getting lashed with outer rain bands from sandy, even though it is still well offshore from the carolinas and to my south. just goes to show you the size and strength of this storm. the worst, however, is yet to come here in the outer banks. in fact, late tonight and overnight we're going to be dealing with tropical storm conditions, high winds, coastal flooding. possibly even power outages. now, most of the residents here, they've been through nor'easters and hurricanes and tropic the systems many time, and they've decided to ride it out, but one man here told me a long time resident that he's not sure about this strange storm named sandy. and he's not really letting his guard down just yet. probably shouldn't do so. it's already been full of meteorological surprises for us, that is for sure, but this is really just a taste of what is to come in the northeast and probably wor
Oct 28, 2012 3:30pm PDT
carolina's outer banks. julie martin is in nags head for us tonight. julie? >> reporter: we have been taking a beating all day long here along the outer banks, the tropical storm force wind gusts started around midnight and they really haven't let up, that plus the stinging rain showers coming in has made for a miserable existence all along the outer banks, and sandy is well offshore a couple of hundred miles is a testment to the size and strength of this storm. many are chosen to stay and ride this house. nonetheless, they have had their share of problems with this, we have seen flooded roadways, highway 95 completely impassable due to coastal flooding, and we have seen some power outages with that as well. back to you, lester. >> julie martin on north carolina's outer bank. >> let's move up the coast to nbc's tom strong, he's been feeling sandy's bite and we hope it beats delaware. >> reporter: time is running out for folks who are under a mandatory evacuation under in coastal delaware. right now we're getting hit with some pretty strong winds and rain and take a look at the wave ac
Oct 27, 2012 12:00pm EDT
beach. >>> we have live coverage across the east coast for you. the weather channel's julie martin is live in north carolina. nbc's al roker and the weather channel stephanie abrams are in delaware. we begin with nbc meteorologist dylan dryer. dylan, we had this new advisory released just about an hour ago. what's the news in it? >> the news is there haven't been too many changes. it is still a hurricane one category at this time. but we are just noticing the track budges ever so slightly with the newer updates. now instead of a direct hit right near atlantic city, new jersey, instead now it is down into delaware. look at the watches and warnings all across the eastern seaboard. obviously most out over the water but included in that northeastern south carolina, the east coast of north carolina, and eventually those will be extended up into virginia and new jersey as well. so winds are at 75 miles per hour, but notice the path of the storm still moving north-northeast at now 9 miles per hour. it still has to take this turn to the northwest which isn't expected until about monday. but l
Oct 27, 2012 4:00am PDT
just a few minutes, weather channel meteorologist julie martin will bring us a live report from the north carolina coast where they're certainly gearing up for the storm there. also al roker will be joining us at 7:30 a.m. from delaware. >>> front page politics now. new this morning, president obama in his weekly address emphasizing the progress made four years after the wall street crisis. >> businesses have added more than 5 million new jobs, the unemployment rate has fallen to the lowest level since i took office. home values are rising again. and our assembly lines are humming once more. >> meantime, president obama says he wants to work with congressional republicans to avoid the so-called fiscal cliff that would trigger tax hikes and spending cuts. two short months from now. >>> so, also new this morning, we have president obama picking up another endorsement, though not unexpected. this one coming from the chicago tribune. mitt romney and paul ryan made a joint appearance last night in the battleground state of ohio. >> not just picking a president for four years, we're picki
Oct 6, 2012 6:30pm EDT
frigid awakening. julie martin has more from the weather channel headquarters. julie, good evening. >> lester, this first blast of winter is sweeping from the midwest to the northeast and it's dumped inches in north and south dakota, and millions will have to contend with frigid, arctic air for the next couple of days. tomorrow we're looking at record lows in the teens in wyoming and nebraska and near record lows in kansas, iowa and wisconsin. those frost and freeze advisories stretch from north texas all of the way through the nation's heartland on the heels of one of the worst droughts in u.s. history. bad news for corn and soybean crops. fortunately, about half of those have been harvested. in some cases those temps will be close to 20 degrees below average. it will be a chilly morning for 45,000 runners taking to the streets of chicago for the marathon on sunday. lester, back to you. >> julie martin at weather channel headquarters, thanks. >>> tonight, health officials a rare meningitis outbreak has now claimed seven lives. the cdc says it has spread to 60 people across nine st
Oct 28, 2012 11:30pm EDT
carolina coastline is already been hit hard. the weather channel's julie martin reports now from outer banks in nags head, north carolina. >> we are continuing to take a beating here in the outer banks, in nags head, dealing with tropical storm force wind gusts since midnight of last night. a long duration storm. with that, we have seen localized flooding, some of the roadways, getting some ocean side flooding. and now, officials are concerned and in fact they're calling it a heightened concern about the other side. the south side of the chain of land. a four to six foot water rise. a northwesterly flow. a number of problems including road closures. highway 12. thoroughfare, cape hatteras. southern end of the chain is closed off. we are dealing with flooding in the southern end of the outer banks. and ocracoke island, 18 inches of water. tropical storm conditions will be persisting despite the fact that sandy is not going to pass by until 2:00 in the morning here, its center before it takes the sharp left and potentially impacts millions of people in the northeast. jim and doreen, back
Oct 7, 2012 6:30pm EDT
meteorologist julie martin who is monitoring the big chill from weather channel headquarters. julie, good evening. >> good evening, lester. a couple winter blasts are rolling in from the system. we'll see that system reaching the east tomorrow, touching places like virginia and the carolinas, those temperatures to be about 20 degrees below average. behind that, another system moo moves in, this one bringing snow to the northern plains and great lakes. we'll see cool air from that system affect the midwest and the interior northeast. a lot of very cool air plunging across the midwest, more unsettled weather midweek, rain and some snow possible on friday. lester, fall is here and so is an early taste of winter. lester? >> we'll dig out the gloves. thanks. don't look now, but we're just 30 days out from the election, and after some potentially game-changing moments for both campaigns this past week, each is now looking to seize a momentum as they hit their home stretch. our team has it all covered. we begin with nbc's ron motte. ron, good evening. >> home here in chilly wisconsin tonight get
Oct 27, 2012 6:00am EDT
we're already seeing rain and wind. >> reporter julie martin is there for us live. good morning, julie. >> reporter: good morning, guys. no rain here in nags head yet but we are seeing the winds and they're quite strong considering the fact that the tropical storm is still very far off to my south. it's off the coast of florida. but that gives you some idea of just how powerful the storm is and its wind field is very wide reaching. now winds here are gusting up around 30 miles an hour. the surf is churning and as soon as the sun comes up we'll be able to get a better picture of that for you. we are along a pier here. in fact a portion of this fishing pier washed away during hurricane isabell back in 2003 and so we have a lot of vulnerable structures here. the message from officials is that people need to prepare now, prepare structures, move cars to higher ground and be prepared for a long duration event with power outages as well. back to you. >> julie martin, thank you very much. >>> and with sandy headed our way many of you have some questions. >> we'll try to answer them. send them
Oct 27, 2012 9:00am EDT
effects right now. the weather channel's julie martin joins us from nags head, north carolina with the conditions there. good morning, julie. >> reporter: good morning, richard. pretty incredible the storm still several hundred miles away from me at center and we're already seeing some outer rain bands and some of the winds. just goes to show you what a larnelle system this is and just what a big wind field we're dealing with. we're seeing those gusts upwards of 30 miles an hour here in nags head. the seas are kicking up as well. we're looking at seas about 46 feet maybe even a little higher now. over there is an old fishing pier. part of that was washed away during hurricane isabell back in 2003. we'll look to see how well that holds up for sandy as it makes its way toward the area. the real window for the carolinas will be this evening in through tomorrow morning. that's when we'll certainly see tropical storm force at least conditions which include flooding, rain, possibly some power outages along with that. one of the things that's tough here in the outer banks region is you have w
Oct 28, 2012 9:00am PDT
. >>> let's head down the coast. julie martin live in nags head. looks like you feel the outer bands arrives, right? >> we've been dealing with that even more. er since midnight. tropical storm conditions in the outer banks and gusts well over 50 miles an hour here in nags head, and it's a blinding, stinging rain that is coming offshore, and still coming on shore. more of a northerly wind right now. take a look at the atlantic, we're at low tide as well, but, still, the atlantic churning like a wash tub out there. that old pier is still handling it pretty well. hasn't come apart yet, but we've seen shingles come off the structure on top, which i believe is a restaurant. beaches, which were replenished about a year ago, holding back a lot of water and doing what they should to protect the beautiful homes here along this strip of land. however, coastal flooding along the outer banks, highway 12 to cape hatteras, completely impassable at this point. we've seen a couple thousand power outages as well. and the thing with this, alex. not a sprint, it's a marathon. we'll deal with condition
Oct 28, 2012 12:00pm EDT
conditions than this. keep in mind, sandy well out at sea, and we're dealing with this mess. >> julie martin, thanks for the heads up. a minimal idea of what we will get come our way. as julie was saying right now, the country's biggest city, new york, taking historic precautions. shutting down the mass transit system. only second time it's been done. and mandatory evacuation orders in low-lying areas. public schools will be closed tomorrow. michelle franzen in battery park, part of the evacuation zone, right where you are, michelle, i remember a year ago this time with irene, all of the water coming up in that area, that may be again the case. are people leaving the area? >> pretty likely, alex, water will leave this area. people aren't leaving en masse. they have heard the warnings, warnings from new york's mayor, michael bloomberg and new york state's governor, andrew cuomo, who both held briefings today. we're in battery park, southern tip of manhattan. if you have ever been as a tourist this is where you board the boats to go to the statue of liberty. this is a huge residential area, combined w
Oct 3, 2012 5:00pm EDT
bill could be going up under a recommendation by governor martin o'malley. he is recommending that it go toward upgrading power lines. july tens of thousands were without power for days. now o'mally wants utility companies to better serve their customers. it will be put into place only if approved by the public utilities commission. >> mom and dad were on the way to the hospital this morning, but apparently, the baby couldn't wait. the pair med deck and her partner helped deliv the bundle of joy. >> we got her in the back of the ambulance. it was obvious she was ready to deliver. we got our ob kit ready, prepared the mother for the delivery. baby came out this. was a smooth delivery. the father was in the back of the ambulance. it was a very emotional experience and out came a baby by. >> mr. out are loop. hey, we're told mom, dad, baby are all doing well. >> we take them to keep colds away, maybe boost our brain power, but do they work. a report found the over-the-counter supplements we spend billions on each year make claims on their labors that aren't -- labels that aren't backe
Oct 18, 2012 6:00am EDT
morning. we'll check in with julie on that in just a bit. >> i'm sarah simmons. i'm wisdom martin. welcome to fox 5 morning nurse. we've been following this breaking news from the roadsen aperson was hit appear killed while walking along route 1 in alexandria. this happened just before 2:00 a.m. in the northbound lanes of route 1 near hunting to be avenue. this is just below the beltway. investigators cleared the scene within past hour and we'll continue to follow that. >>> let's check in with tucker barnes to get the latest on your forecast. another nice day in store. >> at least the start of the day will be nice. plenty of sunshine for the first half of the day. some clouds later this afternoon and eventually rain showers, maybe thunderstorms tonight. that is the timing on our next rain. the good news is it is a quick mover. we'll be right back in the sunshine by tomorrow. there is your september nell radar. nothing locally. nice and quiet to start the day. it will be nice and dry for moaght the morning session and headed home from school. showers out to the west into eastern ke
Oct 4, 2012 6:00pm EDT
audition. to the studios over there where they played george martin a collection of their songs, none of which impressed him very much. but he decided to give them a contract in july. but what about the individuals he met that you sought this is worth persevering with a bit? has to funny because one like music and i didn't. but the answer was their charisma. they were setting caging people. they made me laugh. >> and they were smart enough to listen to his advice. >> we thought about what you said about doubling the speed and let's hear it now and that played the "please please me." i said to them at the end of the possession in that you have your first number one and. >> it was fresh, energetic and march. the beatles had arrived and how. the form of mass hysteria quite as by the media as people mania. they started making films. -- betel mania. then only eight years after the release of "love me do" it was over. the band split up but the music has a around. >> who knows what the future holds for music and. but always paros from the past. everyone in music is bit of a beggar and if the
Oct 4, 2012 7:00am EDT
. that's a check of your fox 5 on time traffic. >> julie, thank you very much. >>> governor martin o'malley wants to boost your electric bill a dollar or two per month. pardon me, it's allergies. as a way to improve the state's power grid. in a task force report released yesterday, he said most people would support the hike if it prevents major power outages like we have seen in recent years after major storms. joining us now to talk all about this is bob mccarthy, "washington post" columnist, metro columnist, good to see you, sir. i won't shake your hand -- >> i hope you feel better soon. >> i do. thank you, i hope so as well. allison and i both suffering. let's talk about this because it's getting a lot of attention and the way that it is commonly being characterized, everyone is focusing on the one to -- $1 to $2 increase per month to help prevent power outages and get better service. so what most people are hearing is, what, i gotta pay extra for better service? that's not right. but break it down for us a little bit. there are a lot of recommendations. >> there are -- there's
FOX Business
Oct 24, 2012 6:00pm EDT
single-day gain in the company history with shares trading above $24 for the first time since july before settling at $23.23. so, you have to ask. is it time to buy, sell, or hold? scott martin, chief market strategist of united. i'm so glad you're here. facebook. all the issues we had with them, the biggest was there ad revenue and apparently they were able to find some discord. >> yes. more than some. about 500 million if you annualize it. pretty good considering there is about 150 1/4 go. almost zero. 500 million which is great news, but you made a good point. at the start, time to buy. of tell you what's been going on short-covering. about 75 million shares of facebook out there that are short. the average volume is 80 million. of course more shares outstanding, but that is a huge amount of people that were betting against the stock going into today before the earnings report. tracy: and so people understand, people short the stock. they think it will go down. when it starts to go up they have to go back into the market and buy it back. you know, i was looking at the numbers. e
Oct 16, 2012 4:25am EDT
had the first freeze yet. >> we need that. >> let's check in with julie wright. >> what is up with wisdom and the mosquitoes. >> usually, it is me and tucker. >> it is the sweet nectar. that's what it is. >> all right now. sweet nectar, wisdom martin. i see a new nickname coming on now. >> oh, no. >> northbound i-95, no problems reported. quiet is the commute headed northbound continuing out towards the occoquan and working your way out towards overnight construction still in place. they are trying to pick that up as you travel over near tyson's. your lanes are open each way at the wilson bridge with no trouble spots to report. southbound 207 nice and cheer. an easy ride doing the double nickel out towards the split. no problems to report on the top stretch of the beltway between college park, colesville road and making your way over to 355. >>> in the attack on the u.s. consulate in libya, hillary clinton is now taking responsibility for security at the american consulate and all other embassies around the world. she is currently on a trip to peru and tells journalists that diplom
Oct 15, 2012 11:30pm PDT
names the pleasanton police department. claiming that canine officer tim martins also forwarded confidential information about an arrest to be used in the custody case. >> reporter: frank and julie, i was not able to speak to the pleasanton police department but was told they had no comment. >>> san francisco sheriff ross mirkarimi is back on his job tonight. he had his first full day at the job today after his suspension. the sheriff was reinstated after pleaing guilty to one count of false imprisonment stemming from his domestic battery case. mirkarimi says he wants to move forward but is not surprised by talk of a recall. >> the idea of a recall continues to spotlight what many others have been saying just how political this has always been. >>> mirkarimi says he has not yet met with mayor ed lee who has suspended him. the mayor has denied comment on a suspension for a recall. >>> investigators have announced there's enough evidence for a mistrial against max wade. wade fired shots at two teenagers causing minor injuries. wade remains in custody. a trial date has not been set
Oct 17, 2012 10:00pm PDT
rolled through followed by a second wave of rainy weather. chief meteorologist bill martin joins us now with the forecast for game 4 set tomorrow night in st. louis. >> it was a mess out there, julie. big rain delay. let's take a look at the forecast for tomorrow. here goes the model. tonight at 10:00, clouds tomorrow, just about game time. look at the clouds thicken up. you see the blue areas to the north, light sprinkle, drizzle late in the game. more stuff to the north. what are we calling for? a chance of sprinkles. some clouds out there for sure. light showers possible in the area. probably not enough to rain the game out or cause a delay, just miserable conditions. 63 degrees for daytime high. when i get back here at 7:45 we're going to go directly to the bay area weekend and talk about the red flag warning as well. see you back here. >> it lasted only 15 seconds, but the deadly loma earthquake on this day back in 1989 really transformed the lives of thousands along with the bay area landscape. heather holmes is in the city tonight to show us then and now. >> most people probably
Oct 29, 2012 10:00pm PDT
winds. we have team coverage, chief meteorologist bill martin is tracking the storm. craig boswell joins us live to show us what's happening in new jersey right now. craig. >> reporter: julie good evening do you, certainly wouldn't be surprised to find out thousands and thousands of people here without power, we looked over to our right just a little while ago and saw this hue blue hue of light go up and lights just went up, on out highway 30. we need to find out what the deal is with high tide with a full -- full moon combined with the storm surge. we'll find out tomorrow how much water was brought in. water coming on over the dunes and on to the streets of the jersey shore leaving debris in its wake. more than 50 million people are in sandy's path with extended tower and power outages expected for people all over the corridor. president obama is asking people to be patient after the storm blows through. >> even after the storm is over, it's going to take a considerable amount of time for planes, trains and so forth to get back on schedule. >> reporter: andrew cuomo shutting down
Oct 17, 2012 11:30pm PDT
. chief meteorologist bill martin joins us now with the forecast for game 4 set tomorrow night in st. louis. >> it was a mess out there, julie. big rain delay. let's take a look at the forecast for tomorrow. here goes the model. tonight at 10:00, clouds tomorrow, just about game time. look at the clouds thicken up. you see the blue areas to the north, light sprinkle, drizzle late in the game. more stuff to the north. what are we calling for? a chance of sprinkles. some clouds out there for sure. light showers possible in the area. probably not enough to rain the game out or cause a delay, just miserable conditions. 63 degrees for daytime high. when i get back here at 7:45 we're going to go directly to the bay area weekend and talk about the red flag warning as well. see you back here. >> it lasted only 15 seconds, but the deadly loma earthquake on this day back in 1989 really transformed the lives of thousands along with the bay area landscape. heather holmes is in the city tonight to show us then and now. >> most people probably remember the big barrier between the city and the wate
Oct 10, 2012 5:00pm PDT
. >>> hello. i am frank somerville. >> and i am julie haener. >> ktvu viewers sent us this video of hail falling. we have been getting reports of thunder and lightning as well. ktvu's chief meteorologist mill m -- bill martin has been tracking the severe weather. >> severe thunderstorm has gone away but for a time this is what was going on. this is the cell that
Oct 3, 2012 5:00am EDT
fog will be meeting you at your doorstep. i'm sarah simmons. >> i'm wisdom martin. welcome to fox 5 morning news. it is kind of weird and scary out there. >> a little eerie. halloween. >> kind of hard to deal with that when air driving. >> julie says the visibility is just a car length in some spots. the visibility is less than a quarter mile across much of the area. that will likely slow things down for you as you head out the door. >> that's all right. most people need to slow down. >> we have a front laying across the area. without it budging a whole lot, we are watching a lot of fog develop along it. i think the fog will be with us for the next several hours. it should burn off later this morning and once it does so, we'll be in for a decent day today. once again like late summertime with temperatures in the mid- 80s and just a little bit of humidity out there to make sarah miserable later today. temperatures at reagan national, 71 degrees. 64 at dulles. here is your forecast for later this afternoon. hope this one works out. 85 in washington. 81 in leonardtown. some afternoon s
FOX Business
Oct 2, 2012 12:00am EDT
running for the lls? with me, scott martin, chief market strategist at united advisors. scott, thanks for coming back on the show. was really shocked by this stat. would be one thing if it was august compared to july, oh, everyone is on vacation but this is year-over-year. >> i thought so too. until you read the stat i figured month over month, no big deal because the stock market volume dropped off in accordance. year-over-year is pretty perplexing. especially when the market is up over that period. so you would think that would entice people to come back in. to me headline risk and frustration. a lot of people as we noted taken out their money since 09. they think it is too toppy, to high. they're just not ready to get in yet. melissa: this was part of the thesis. it is being driven by algorithmic traders. you have the giant qaund fund moving market. i can't beat them why should i even participate? -- quantity fund. >> gone are late '90s, when you put in five or 10% and be up five or 10%. the individual investor that we think was the day-trader certainly doesn't fit into this environmen
Oct 4, 2012 5:00pm EDT
others were gunned down in july. >>> george zimmerman is reportedly considering a defamation lawsuit against nbc centering around a phone call that he made to dispatchers in the moments before he fatally shot 17-year-old treyvon martin. it was edited to emphasize his identification of martin as being a black male. zimmerman's attorney said the call made it appear as if the client is racist. >>> thanks for joinings us tonight at 5. >> the news at 6 action packed coming at you right now with weather and headlines and sports. >> anyone is savagery. the tips of thousands of rockets going into southern israel gaza is savagery. >> a woman defends her right to post controversial posters that might pop up on metro and on the news edge, the ads equate israel's enemies as savages and the person behind them wants them in d.c.'s metro station -- stations. this afternoon, an attorney for metro told the federal judge the system received a, quote, verifiable threat and wants to delay the unveiling of the poster. john henrehan is live with tonight's stop story. john. >> reporter: on one side of the
Oct 4, 2012 1:40am PDT
speaking. >> a lot of folks agree with that, absolutely. meanwhile, martin says obama. romney gives me a bad feeling. i don't trust him. >> julie says, obama won. romney looked like he drank too much red bull or something. he was hyped. >> mitchell says, huge obama fan and think he'll come back next debate. but tonight he was kicked from one side of the ring to another. >> andy says, i call it a tie since they both seem to have repeated what the other said, just different wording or something like that. >> really, really interesting last night. people had a lotf opinions. pundits on both side of the aisle. it was mitt romney's night. don't think any one is are going that. obama, flat, looking down, angry, irritated. like he is phoning it in. mitt romney was aggressive. wonder if he went through 22 debates in the primary with republicans. it showed last night. it really did. >> sure did. very strange strategy so to speak from the president. >> if it was a strategy, yeah. join the conversation logging on to our facebook page >>> and from pickles to meatballs, all week bringing
Oct 6, 2012 11:00am PDT
song has more than 370 million hits on youtube since its release back in july. it's huge. >> all right, some familiar names starring in new movies this weekend. martin short, winona ryder, all starring in frankenweenie. andiam neeson is back in taken. good to see you. >> hey. >> i knew you were going to do that gangnam style. go, go, girl. let's start with frankenweenie. people are excited about it. first, let's watch a clip. >> they just move into a special place in your heart. >> i don't want him in my heart. i want him here with me. >> i know. if i could bring him back, i would. >> tim burton's frankenweenie is aleve. >> here comes tim burton. is my skull on straight? >> a lot of people with a lot of hard work into it. it's nice to see all of the artist's work come to life. >> hello, you. >> hello, you. >> you're hot. if i was 100 years younger, i would elope. i would even take you to venice. we would swim in the canals. >> you got your heart pills on you, martin? >> you're too bold. that was a fun unexpected surprise. you had a little fun on the red carpet there, as much fun going
Oct 20, 2012 3:45pm EDT
thing ended down. >> we will move to the next question. >> in july, heather wilson wrote a letter to the city council urging date imposed -- opposed a monument and endorse the bill by steve pierce that would preserve less land. martin heinrich protocol and in april supporting a much larger monument. -- read an article in april supporting a much larger monument. >> that is what people have told me. people who have -- this is the important to them. in particular, the sportsmen have said, we love the mountains, but those mountain ranges to the west of the river are critical. in addition, there was a recent poll that was done that asked people, do you want a monument? the overwhelming answer was yes. marble prefer the one that had both sides of the river. but it more people prefer the one that had both sides of the river. it is spectacular comet it deserves the recognition that a monument would bring. it deserves the tourism that would come here as a result. >> this is a very big difference between us. the way you go about managing public land and resolving issues and disputes. i believe
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